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Headland Explorations offer mountain walking and rock climbing adventures for all ages and abilities on the Isle of Mull, Iona and surrounding areas.
Glengorm Wildlife Project
Guided natural history walks, events and activities across 5,500 beautiful acres of North-west Mull. Search for the Island's finest wildlife, amid magnificent scenery and archaeology
Amazing boat trips to see and photograph the incredible wildlife around Mull especially the majestic white tailed sea eagles
Ulva Ferry Pontoon
A warm welcome awaits at the Ulva Ferry Pontoon: the perfect base to explore the beautiful North-West Mull coast and outlying islands.
The Long House
The Long House is an ideal holiday house for families, or for one or two couples, up to a maximum of six people in all.
Shepherd's Cottage is a converted traditional crofters cottage set in a stunning location close to glorious white sandy beaches. Remote location.
Castle Cottage is a cosy 3 bedroom cottage located close to the historic 13th century Aros Castle and is perfectly situated for exploring the island.Late Availability
Aros Mains Dairy Cottage
Dairy Cottage is a cosy 3 bedroom cottage located close to the historic 13th century Aros Castle and is perfectly situated for exploring the island.Late Availability
Aros Mains Apartment
A superbly furnished and equipped superior 2 bedroom apartment with fabulous Castle and Sea Views.Late Availability
Comfortable, Large Self Catering Sleeping 10, close to beaches, facilities for children include play ground and pool table.Late Availability
A converted barn which provides a self catering holiday home that sleeps 6. It overlooks Loch Tuath on the north west coast of Mull.
St Hilda Sea Adventures
St Hilda Sea Adventures take their passengers to the majestic west coast of Scotland: the Outer and Inner Hebrides and Argyll.
The perfect place to while away an hour or so within the walls of the often sunny, sheltered and peaceful cloister.
The Marble Quarry
Worked from medieval times until the early 20th Century. White marble streaked with yellow-green serpentine altar can be seen in Iona Abbey.
Sited on the Medieval street of the Dead, Reilig Odhrain is the burial place of early Scottish kings.
A secluded ring of stones in a sheltered glen rumoured to be where St Columba came to pray away from the monastic community.
Dun I and the Well of Eternal Youth
Dun I provides a panoramic view with St Columba’s Bay and Jura to the South and the Treshnish Isles, Rhum and Skye to the North.
The Bay at the Back of the Ocean
Iona’s Bay at the Back of the Ocean’s wide panorama looks west across the Atlantic sea, bordered by wildflower grazing and multi-coloured pebbles.
Turus Mara Seabird and Wildlife Cruise-Tours
Wildlife and seabird cruise tours from Ulva Ferry, Mull and from Oban.